Joint letter to ICJ: Myanmar’s obligation to comply with the Provisional Measures

International Court of JusticePeace PalaceCarnegieplein 22517 KJ The HagueThe Netherlands Dear Honourable President Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf and Members of the Court, The undersigned organizations strongly support the human rights of the Rohingya people in Myanmar and around the world. We are deeply interested in the pending case Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (The Gambia v Myanmar), which concerns a campaign of genocide orchestrated against the Rohingya people by the Government of Myanmar and its military. We welcome the Court’s decision of 23 January 2020 to indicate provisional measures against Myanmar, including the requirement

A Conversation with Nilah Zarni, a 11-year old British student

Nilah Zarni is a 11-year old British student who has taken a keen interest in refugee children since her first-ever visit in November 2017 to Cox’s Bazar refugee camps, home to 750,000 Rohingyas from her father’s native country of Myanmar or Burma, who survived that country’s waves of genocidal purge. She has lived in Brunei, Malaysia and Thailand, in addition to her native Britain. In this conversation, Nilah talks to her father Dr Maung Zarni, FRC Genocide Podcast Series Host (English language), about: Her impression and experience of seeing the lives of Rohingya children in the campsHer attempts to write